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The Peter B. Lewis Building at Case Western Reserve

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Originally uploaded by soldierant.
A Sun engagement (Solaris 10 Boot Camp! -- sounds like a 'My Nerd Teenager is Out of Control!' premise for the Maury Povich Show) took me to Cleveland's Case Western Reserve University last week. I took advantage of lunch hour to walk over and snap some shots of the Frank Gehry-designed Peter B. Lewis Building.

It's acquired some notoriety of late. Not only does it confound SWAT teams, it also is trying to kill faculty, staff and students.

For what it's worth, I think it's a beautiful building. And if a couple of smelly undergrads have to be ice-impaled each winter that the rest of us may enjoy it year-round? So be it.



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